3D Solar System Screensaver 1.42

Developer
3Deep Space
Size
4.3 MB
Operating System
Windows All
License
Shareware Trial
Category
Screensaver

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3D Solar System Screensaver 1.42

Solar System is a fully 3D environment screensaver which serves both the screensaver and an educational astronomy program. This screensaver views all planets of our solar system on your desktop. You can set different cameras to view whole solar system. Screensaver makes you able to configure lot of other options. Included is also an informative mode which makes you able to see more details about all planets. Optional is also an arrangement of planets relative or realistic orbit with lovely background music.You can even set your own MP3 as a custom soundtrack and many more features..

Our solar system consists of an average star we call the Sun, the planets Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto. It includes: the satellites of the planets; numerous comets, asteroids, and meteoroids and the interplanetary medium. The Sun is the richest source of electromagnetic energy (mostly in the form of heat and light) in the solar system. The Sun’s nearest known stellar neighbor is a red dwarf star called Proxima Centauri, at a distance of 4.3 light years away.

The whole solar system, together with the local stars visible on a clear night, orbits the center of our home galaxy, a spiral disk of 200 billion stars we call the Milky Way. The planets, most of the satellites of the planets and the asteroids revolve around the Sun in the same direction, in nearly circular orbits. When looking down from above the Sun’s north pole, the planets orbit in a counter-clockwise direction.

The planets orbit the Sun in or near the same plane, called the ecliptic. The Sun contains 99.85% of all the matter in the Solar System. The planets, which condensed out of the same disk of material that formed the Sun, contain only 0.135% of the mass of the solar system. Jupiter contains more than twice the matter of all the other planets combined. Satellites of the planets, comets, asteroids, meteoroids, and the interplanetary medium constitute the remaining 0.015%.

 

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